Which surface properties enhance bone response to implants? Comparison of oxidized magnesium, TiUnite, and Osseotite implant surfaces.

@article{Sul2006WhichSP,
  title={Which surface properties enhance bone response to implants? Comparison of oxidized magnesium, TiUnite, and Osseotite implant surfaces.},
  author={Y T Sul and Carina B. Johansson and Tomas O Albrektsson},
  journal={The International journal of prosthodontics},
  year={2006},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={319-28}
}
PURPOSE This study compared the speed and strength of osseointegration and osteoconductivity between an oxidized experimental magnesium (Mg) implant, an oxidized commercially available TiUnite implant, and a dual acid-etched surface Osseotite implant. The aim was to investigate which surface properties enhance bone response to implants, and thereby to test a biochemical bonding theory. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 60 screw implants (20 of each design) were inserted through 1 cortex into… CONTINUE READING

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